Washington (August 26, 2002) -- The current fiscal year that began with a forecast of a budget in approximate balance now faces a deficit of $157 billion, placing in jeopardy possible further tax cuts, according to a new report.
According to the Congressional Budget Office report, $103 billion of the shortfall results from revenues that are lower for reasons other than the effects of legislation.
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